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Panama’s Lovill promotes 2 partners
Panamanian law firm Lovill has added two partners, Jeannette Bravo and Alejandro Fung.
Jeannette Bravo has extensive experience advising multinational companies on matters regarding labor, immigration, public and administrative matters, as well as corporate and intellectual property rights.
She has been part of the firm for the past decade,
“With her commitment and dedication, Jeannette has made invaluable contributions to the firm throughout her career in Lovill, It is a privilege for LOVILL to have a prestigious professional such as Jeannette as new partner, and we are proud to celebrate this achievement with Jeannette,” the firm said in a statement.
She holds a master’s degree in international affairs, focusing on economics, law and politics, from the Universidad Pontificia Comillas, and completed a seminary in international affairs at Georgetown University in the US. She also holds a master’s degree in procedural law from the Universidad Católica Santa María La Antigua.
She is a member of the National College of Lawyers of Panama.
Alejandro Fung has been a part of the team for a decade, he provides legal advice to local and international companies, and private clients, in corporate, M&A, tax, real estate and private wealth matters.
“We are proud to celebrate this achievement with Alejandro, the commitment and excellent service he has delivered have set a standard for all practice areas of the firm,” the firm said. “It is a privilege for the team to have as new partner a professional with international quality such as Alejandro.”
Prior to joining the firm, Alejandro was an associate at De Castro & Robles.
He holds an LLM from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, and a law degree from the Universidad Latina in Panama, and he completed a Certification of Financial Analysis and Valuation for Lawyers from Harvard Law School.
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